The Creative and Cultural Economy

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Missoula author’s story premiering on Netflix – Maid

“This show is so authentic. It is real, it shows what it’s like to only have two bucks in your pocket and to live with that amount of insecurity. I wrote my book so people would feel less alone,” Land concluded.

SBA recognition to help Early Stage Montana grow tech sector, expand reach

Jenni Graff, executive director of Early Stage Montana, said recognition by the SBA will include $50,000 to help the nonprofit expand its reach. The prizes are awarded to accelerator programs working with fledgling companies in areas of research and development, and STEM.

Great Falls Economic Development Top 10 for 9-27-21

Here is our Top 12 for last week celebrating work and successes to grow and strengthen the Great Falls regional economy — Montana’s Golden Triangle. And, sharing business resources and skill-building opportunities to empower your success.

Lab-grown coffee cuts out the beans and deforestation

We’ve seen how lab-grown meats like rib-eye steaks, burgers or chicken tenders could help address the massive environmental costs associated with livestock production, and we’re now seeing some interesting possibilities emerge around one of the world’s most popular drinks – coffee.

Share Your Thoughts! – Missoula’s Growth Policy

State law requires that every 5 years, cities review their growth policy, and consider whether it still accurately reflects their community’s vision. Missoula is experiencing a variety of challenges and pressing issues. This is an opportunity to step back, and take stock of how the Growth Policy is holding up in the face of recent change and challenges.

‘Playable’ Cities Are the Next Public-Space Frontier

How everyday infrastructure and street furniture can stoke human imagination — and contribute to residents’ well being.

Made in Montana Monthly September 2021

Are you planning on exhibiting at any U.S. trade shows outside Montana between July 1, 2021 and June 30, 2022?

Business Events in Great Falls, Montana You Should Know About

Whether you’re just getting started, looking for new customers, wanting to grow sales through e-commerce, or focusing on workforce.
We’re here to help.

Kim Morisaki, new executive director of the Northwest Montana Community Land Trust, tackles Flathead housing crunch with business expertise

The Northwest Montana Community Land Trust nonprofit has an inventory of 52 residential properties throughout Kalispell and sells the homes to low- and moderate-income families, while maintaining ownership of the land.

The Best Hiking Apps to Keep from Getting Lost

Download one of these trail-mapping apps to make sure you can always find your way in the great outdoors, even when you’re offline.